Mark Wickenden Sonic Boom Records
Music Composer, Musician, Producer
Mark Wickenden Is a British Born Composer, Musician & Producer. Originally from Essex and has worked in the music recording industry for over 25 years.
Mark establish Academy Studio back in 2004 in Colchester, Essex. As an engineer this was just the start of his producing career.
Mark’s passion of the industry would see him work all day and through the night to help clients arrange, produce and perfect their sound. This was just the start of his producing career.
Sonic Boom Music – A production House for Radio, Library & TV became a reality in 2007 with the help of creative writer Charlie Rees. Mark built a great relationship musically with media companies such as Global, Bauer, BBC, UKRD and many more who took on his experience as a writer and producer for library and sync music.
Mark signed to Universal in 2007 as a writer and 2013 to Northstar Publishing.
In 2016 Mark moved studios to a very rural country setting in Norfolk, this is the hub for his production and mixing studio.
Here saw the birth of Sonic Boom Records and a step into the world of theatre production.
Preston has always been a Country music fan and in 2019 was approached by new Country music record label Sonic Boom Records and is currently recording his first solo album with his first single due to be released on 20th May 2022. Whilst working on the album Preston is very keen to get out and perform Live as much as possible. As a natural entertainer, he will have you on your feet from the start.
Preston D Barnes is releasing his debut single ‘Add a Little You’ on the Sonic Boom Record label 20th May 2022 available to download and stream from all major platforms.
Mark is very experienced in all aspects of music production, arranging and composition. He has the skills to get the best out of you and to deliver something amazing.
Mark “I love working with those who have a passion for their music. Nothing else gives me the pleasure of working with the artist/s on developing their tracks and for them to hear the end results”